Veritone releases MARVEL.ai, an end-to-end Voice-as-a-Service (VaaS) product that creates hyper-realistic synthetic voices, which personalities can use to record endorsement spots and product testimonials.
Veritone introduced MARVEL.ai, an end-to-end Voice-as-a-Service (VaaS) product that creates “hyper-realistic” synthetic voices, which personalities can use to record endorsement spots and product testimonials.
Veritone Contact eases the time commitment and burden of complying with racial and identity profiling stop data collection requirements in California and offers ways to gather additional insight for agency needs
Brands can take the cloned voice to record ads or generate other audio-based content, saving time for the celebrity – the technology's provider.
Veritone MARVEL.ai supports both text-to-speech and speech-to-speech processes and offers the first complete, end-to-end suite of voice capabilities and features –– including creation and usage; management; production workflows; licensing, compliance and clearance; and monetization.
Today, US firm Veritone is launching a new platform called Marvel.AI that will let creators, media figures, and others generate deepfake clones of their voice to license as they wish.
Soon, complying with data collection policies during and after traffic and pedestrian stops will become part of the daily duties of many American law enforcement officers.
Veritone expects the GRID initiative to more rapidly scale its AI-powered energy business, helping to reach its goal of an interconnected, on-demand, green and autonomous electrical grid.
Podcasting is a growing part of the audio market and for Nielsen it is an expanding part of its measurement business. Its latest product is aimed at measuring the effectiveness of digitally inserted podcast ads in real-time.
Veritone has unveiled its new Grid Reliability in Device (GRID) initiative, a plan to embed Veritone’s intelligent predictive controllers into common renewable grid assets, including solar and storage inverters, battery storage systems, EV chargers, wind turbines and hydroelectric power systems.